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Judicial candidates to square off in Senoia

Residents of Senoia and the surrounding communities on June 19 will have an opportunity to hear comments from two candidates, Emory Palmer and Kevin McMurry, aspiring for the position of Coweta County Superior Court Judge. There will be an opportunity to ask questions after their opening comments.

This will help all voters to determine whom they will vote for in the upcoming general primary election on July 31.

Coweta County Sheriff, Mike Yeager will be in attendance and will provide an update on events pertaining to his office. Yeager, who has served as sheriff since 1993, had no challengers during the recent qualifying period.

The Senoia Town Hall Meeting will be held Tuesday, June 19 at 7 p.m. at the Senoia Municipal Building at 505 Howard Street.

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